Travis CI is a hosted continuous integration service for open source projects and Yeoman is a robust and opinionated set of tools, libraries, and a workflow that can help developers quickly build beautiful, compelling web apps.
On the first of August this year, Heroku will add 2 new plans to their database add-on known as Dev and Basic. Both plans have a row limit restriction and that made me thinking how I could fetch that number with one simple query.
Today I’ve done some research how to get my latest jQuery plugin (jquery-numeric_input) to be tested automatically with the help of Travis CI. Travis CI is a hosted continuous integration service for open source projects.
Because I’ve just finished the latest functionality of the plugin I wanted to add the project to Travis CI, just like I do with all my other projects (the ones with unit tests).